Also known as the Model 35, the Model 1913 is a unique pistol with very advanced features for its time designed for the short-lived .35 S&W cartridge. The 1913 is a blowback-operated autoloader was produced in small quantities with only 8,350 made between 1913 and 1921. The pistol features smooth walnut grip panels with Smith & Wesson medallions, a fully grooved slide with cross-bolt lock stud, and an ambidextrous safety located on the backstrap and designed to be operated with the middle finger of the shooting hand. The addition of a grip safety adds even more security. This first issue 1913 is one of only about 8350 made and features a blade front sight with a rear notch, wooden grips, and a 7-round magazine. Its grips, metal, and bore are all in good condition.